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English Quiz on Exercices pour maîtriser la différence en anglais entre -ing et -ed ? 🤔 Bored ou boring ?, created by Laetitia Deliot on 07/05/2021.

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Exercices pour maîtriser la différence en anglais entre -ing et -ed ? 🤔 Bored ou boring ?

Question 1 of 20

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1. "To be ( interested, interesting ), be ( interested, interesting )." — Dale Carnegie

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Question 2 of 20

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2. “Only ( boring, bored ) people get ( boring, bored ), says Dad. ( Interesting, Interested ) people can always find something to be ( interesting, Interested ) in.” — Josh Lacey

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Question 3 of 20

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3. I was really ( disappointing, disappointed ) with the movie. 😞

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4. She has made ( astonishing, astonished ) progress! 🤩

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Question 5 of 20

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5. What have you done last night? You look really ( tiring, tired ).

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6. The situation wasn’t funny. I was not ( amused, amusing ) at all! 😒

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7. Don’t ask me why it is a ( disappointed, disappointing ) book! It is obvious!

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8. It was a really ( terrifying, terrified ) experience.

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Question 9 of 20

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9. We were ( exhausted, exhausting ) by the ( exhausted, exhausting ) working day at the factory. 🏭

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10. I was really ( amazing, amazed ) to know that he was coming to sing at my wedding!

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Question 11 of 20

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11. I’m ( boring to death, bored out of my mind, bored to life, boring stiff )! What should I do: leave or stay?

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12. It was the most ( excited, exciting ) holiday I've ever had!

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13. I was deeply ( shocking, shocked ) by his death.

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Question 14 of 20

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14. I was so ( annoyed, annoying ) by their questions.

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15. A ( frightened, frightening ) thought crossed his mind: this could be just a dream!

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16. ( Shocking, Shocked ) revelations about Tina’s private life appeared in the newspapers.

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17. The rise* in crime is ( worrying, worried )!

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Question 18 of 20

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18. It was very ( depressing, depressed ) when I had to cancel one concert after another.

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19. She looked ( disgusting, disgusted ) when she saw the way her friend was treating him.

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Question 20 of 20

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20. What is it? You look ( worrying, worried ). 😟

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